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feldscher

(felt'shĕr),
A midlevel clinical practitioner in eastern Europe and, esp., Russia. Similar to the U.S. physicians assistant and French officier desanté.
[Russian, fr. Ger. feldscherer, field surgeon, fr. feld, field + scherer, cutter, surgeon]
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78) Kyle Feldscher, "Ann Arbor schools cut off wireless access for students using their own smart phones, other devices", The Ann Arbor News (21 May 2011), online: The Ann Arbor News <http://www.
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My family, including my wife Nancy, my eight-year old son, Dylan and 13 year-old daughter, Morgan stay at the South Beach Marriott several times a year and have been doing so since they opened," said guest Mark Feldscher.